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And what is wrong Mikhalkov?

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Since last week, the Russian neoliberal environment has fallen into a state of turbulence, “as if” having familiarized itself with the speech of Nikita Mikhalkov, delivered to representatives of the Federation Council. This speech was devoted to the problems of the notorious Yeltsin-era museum operating in Yekaterinburg. This is the same Yeltsin-center, about which Mikhalkov thought repeatedly in his programs (Besogon).


At the same time, the word “problems” used here is not quite correct. The fact is that the Yeltsin Center representatives themselves and the main ideologists of its exposition and multimedia "chips" do not see any problems. And when Mikhalkov spoke about the existence of problems, his speech by neoliberals was perceived with hostility. Like, how dare you try to encroach on our “charm” (an article on this topic based on Mikhalkov's Besogon, by the way, has already been published on the pages of “VO”), and how can you, Boris Nikolayevich, be criticized in general?

In general, she found a scythe on a stone. But the sparks flew not so much because of the statement of Mikhalkov himself, so much after numerous publications in the media, who salted and peppered Mikhalkov's words so that little remained of their original version. Some of the particularly vigilant Cerberus of liberalism reported to the widow of the first President of the Russian Federation, Naina Yeltsina. Like, and Nikita, your Mikhalkov Boris, something of your Nikolayevich will be watered with mud, requires a broom to walk around the Yeltsin Center ...

Naina Yeltsin, who did not see Mikhalkov’s own speeches in the deliberative hall of the upper chamber of the Russian parliament, but made her conclusions on the encirclement of the entourage, accused Mikhalkov of almost treason. Here are some excerpts from a letter from the widow of Boris Yeltsin (quote RBC):

I am deeply outraged by these statements Mikhalkov. And not only because they are deceitful, having no relation either to the Yeltsin Center or to its activities. It’s amazing that for several months now he has been spreading lies about how история countries in the museum of the first president of Russia, do not hesitate to pull out the elements of the exposition from the context, label and directly insult people who in those years worked for the good of our country. Mikhalkov was never in the Yeltsin Center. It does not fit in my head. How can you criticize what you did not see?


And this photo, published on the website of the Yeltsin Center itself, is supposed to be you, Nikita Mikhalkov ...


Before publishing the response of Nikita Mikhalkov, who is now often accused of “adaptation” and “loyalty only” to the era in which he lives, it will be correct to present the director’s speech itself. Indeed, in this speech, Mikhalkov, to whose creativity everyone is free to relate in his own way, actually lays out on the shelves what the Yeltsin Center actually turned into.

The following fact is noteworthy: for 4 for more than 24 days from the date of publication of the clip with Mikhalkov’s speech (first-hand by the press service of Sovfed), not so many YouTube users watched (about 4 thousand people at the time of publication of this material by your humble servant ), but there were, perhaps, an order of magnitude more posts in social networks and articles in the media. Comments to the video and do ZERO, but how many comments from the ultra-liberals in their cozy blozhikah ...

This fact proves that most of those who speak with sizzling criticism of Mikhalkov’s statements have not fully heard these statements by the director and have not seen the speech themselves. Mikhalkov, what the Yeltsin-center advocates are trying to blame him for, is not at all negative about Yeltsin. He raises the question of the objectivity of views on history and the comprehensive approach to its study. Mikhalkov says that how the history of Russia is presented in the Yeltsin Center, hiding behind the name of the first president of the Russian Federation, is in fact a matter of national security. According to the filmmaker, everything is presented as if the 1000-year history of Russia is an impenetrable darkness (without military, technological, sports and other victories) that lasted only until Yeltsin came to power after the collapse of the USSR.

Mikhalkov:
There are daily injections of the destruction of the national identity of children. (...) According to this cartoon film (it is shown in the Yeltsin Center), there was no one in our history except Boris Nikolayevich (Yeltsin). No one ... Country abominations, Asiatic, bloodshed, dirt, etc. (...)
The conversation is not about punishing someone, it introduces censorship. The conversation is about to give some second part of the idea of ​​the country. Yes - a lot of evil. Yes - a lot of scary. But ... "a cruel truth without love is a lie." There is no love, no respect for anything that preceded the 90 years. This is a national security issue. Every day hundreds of children go there. They get this poison every day.




And this, so that the subject of the conversation was clear ... If someone from the readers of “VO” did not have time to visit the Yeltsin Center and see the very “historical cartoon” (and in the materials of “VO”), about the negative impact of which on young visitors and says Nikita Mikhalkov, here is his record:



So, it is clear that Mikhalkov calls poison and injections the destruction of national identity. He calls not to be bulldozed around the Yeltsin Center, but to approach in terms of respect for the entire history of Russia, and not only for the history of Yeltsin, by changing the approach both to the exposition and to the multimedia content of the Yekaterinburg museum.

From Nikita Mikhalkov’s explanation to Naina Yeltsina:
I deeply regret that I caused you disappointment, but I am sure that you were misled by interpreting my words from a certain angle.
I have never said that Boris Nikolayevich is not worthy of a museum, this is not true. (...) Anyone who was at the height of power is worthy of the memory of him. That is why I fought so hard, defending the installation of the monument to Ivan the Terrible in the city of Orel.

I really personally did not go to the Yeltsin Center because of the constant patrols, but there were several film crews who were sent there specifically, which completely filmed all the expositions, exhibits, interiors, cafes, people's opinions, and so on. And believe me, I have a very complete picture of what is happening there. (...)

You blame me for the fact that I was a confidant of Boris Nikolayevich and helped him during the elections, and now supposedly I think otherwise. Dear Naina Iosifovna, I never refused and do not refuse a single moment of my past. I took part in the elections quite consciously and said everything that I said, quite sincerely, because for me and for many other people at that moment there was no alternative to Boris Nikolayevich. In addition, at that time, no one, at least, of those who voted for Boris Nikolayevich — myself including myself — could not imagine the whole depth and tragedy of the situation in which the country would be. These are the sold out plants, the ships sold for a penny, the humiliated army, the impoverished people, and the destroyed science. But I am sure that it is unfair to place all responsibility for this solely on the shoulders of Boris Nikolayevich. (...)

But, I repeat, this in no way can influence the question whether the Boris Nikolayevich Yeltsin Museum is needed or not. He, of course, is needed and not against the museum of Boris Nikolayevich my voice sounds. I am against the systematic work going on behind Yeltsin's name, behind his back, in the Yeltsin Center, slowly and carefully destroying the historical identity of children and young people coming there.


The very point of the problem is indicated. This is not about the fact that museums dedicated to the epochs of certain rulers are not needed at all, but about the fact that the ideology of the destruction of Russia should not work under the guise of these museums. Today, such an ideology is frankly present in the same Yeltsin Center.
In such a situation, some citizens get a "trump card" from their sleeves: they say, well, if Putin and Medvedev were present at the opening of the Yeltsin Center, laid bouquets of roses, then everything ... the nest of ultraliberalism going against national interests will now flourish being "under the protection of, you know whom." Yes, that's just there is no protection from "you know who." No, it is not necessary to invent it, shaking before the eyes of others.



This is indirectly indicated by Mikhalkov himself: one thing is a personal attitude to Yeltsin (and it can be from reverence to indignation) and quite another thing is how from the Yeltsin years a certain group of people are trying to create a statue for blind worship, promoting far from government interests and distorting the entire national history.

After all, if one or another high-ranking official is present at the opening of a new school, then, based on the logic of individuals, it should be blamed for the fact that in the canteen of this school, instead of the normal hot, children are served boiled water “homeless packages”? .. Or something ... Is this an excuse for President Putin? Not. But the conspiracy "logic" in the style of "the cat threw the kittens ...", sorry, somehow it does not deliver ...

If the Yeltsin Center from the distributor of ultraliberalism and podmahivatel Western "values" can be reformatted into an object, where in the first place is not an idol, but the historical context with its pluses and minuses, then all questions to the center's activities will disappear by themselves. But the fact of the matter is that for the ultra-liberals it is the real “temple”, whose leaders also intend to conduct their active missionary work in the country. And if the temple, then its inhabitants need to be reminded, as they themselves often do, that our religion is separated from the state - see the Constitution - the model, by the way, adored by 1993 liberals of the year ...
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  1. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 14 December 2016 06: 38 New
    +35
    here is the "OPEN LETTER OF A SUDDEN WOMAN TO WIFE YELTSIN ONE" ... https://cont.ws/post/455801- I subscribe to this letter.
    1. Sotskiy
      Sotskiy 14 December 2016 08: 15 New
      +16
      Quote: Andrew Y.
      here is the "OPEN LETTER OF A SUDDEN WOMAN TO WIFE YELTSIN ONE" ... https://cont.ws/post/455801- I subscribe to this letter.

      I read it and also signed up for the letter! The woman gave all the truth to Naina's eyes! good
      1. vovanpain
        vovanpain 14 December 2016 10: 06 New
        +28
        Quote: Andrew Y.
        here is the "OPEN LETTER OF A SUDDEN WOMAN TO WIFE YELTSIN ONE" ... https://cont.ws/post/455801- I subscribe to this letter.

        Yes, then all of Russia would have signed up,Ugh. negative
        1. vovanpain
          vovanpain 14 December 2016 10: 20 New
          +29
          Quote: vovanpain
          Ugh.

          And about the monument So it’s necessary, such open. yes
          1. Pravodel
            Pravodel 14 December 2016 13: 59 New
            +9
            In the entire history of great Russia, such centers were created only by the Bolsheviks and these centers were called V.I. Lenin, was still the institution of Marxism-Leninism. Now, fortunately, all these masterpieces have sunk into oblivion. There was only a pantheon with a mummy on Red Square.
            Throughout the entire great history of Russia, not one great sovereign of Russia has such centers been built. If we compare what the former sovereigns did for Russia, what Stalin did for Russia, then Yeltsin’s tricks are a big and small dirty trick, starting from the collapse of the USSR and ending with the planting of liberals in the government who deliberately destroy Russia, its production, agricultural, culture, science.
            There is not a single area of ​​state, scientific, and cultural activity wherever Yeltsin and his liberal degenerates are to spoil: industry destroyed, agricultural destroyed, culture destroyed, introducing a Hollywood and Western model, morality destroyed, etc. As a result, during the time of Yeltsin and his liberal team, Russia reached the deepest abyss of impoverishment of the people: pensioners, employees, etc. they scrambled for garbage in search of food. In Russia there was a deep demographic decline, called by the liberals "the cross of Russia." The people refused to give birth. Mortality reached terrifying proportions comparable only to mortality during the Great Patriotic War, when the Nazis and their minions deliberately destroyed the Russian people. The culture has completely fallen; instead of the highly artistic, beautiful, poetic images of Russia, Hollywood consumer goods were proposed, washing the people with brains and stupid people. All kinds of talk shows, all kinds of entertainment programs, with anti-artistic and anti-spiritual content did not leave the TV screens. Russian science was in complete decline. Until now, we cannot restore sectoral institutions that serve as a stepping stone between sectoral and fundamental science.
            Russia, having switched to the Balon system, has lost the advantage in education. Institutions, institutes, teaching students anything, but not sciences, have bred.
            In Russia, vocational education was completely liquidated, which has not yet been restored, etc. etc.
            And what, for all this, we should be grateful to Yeltsin and his liberal team, should they erect monuments and Yeltsin centers so that they continue to destroy Russia? !!!
            The Yeltsin Center should exist, but exist in the form of a truthful institution, showing how the fate of Russia developed under Yeltsin and his team. The existence of such an institution should completely discourage young people from following the path of liberals.
            Mikhalkov’s right to destroy Russia at the state’s expense is a crime requiring serious proceedings by the prosecutor’s office, court ...
            1. Starley from the south
              Starley from the south 14 December 2016 20: 09 New
              +2
              Not a single ruler in Russia, except Boris Godunov, has done as much harm to our country as Yeltsin did. And not a single leader of Russia is being extolled now like Yeltsin. It’s time to resolve this sheer injustice with all determination! Yeltsin and his era, to put it mildly, did not deserve such exaltation. Stalin, Alexander II, Peter I - they all did disproportionately more for Russia, but where are the centers for them?
            2. antivirus
              antivirus 14 December 2016 22: 13 New
              +1
              even the establishment of the exchange rate of the ruble against the dollar is not correct. the famous 6,24 were ruined for the sake of merchants-importers and after the default of 24-27 rubles ... And people began to receive a wage (not enough, but before that cookie advances)
            3. Stanislas
              Stanislas 15 December 2016 08: 42 New
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              Quote: The Truth
              The Yeltsin Center must exist, but exist in the form of a true institution
              Not only the Yeltsin Center. Such centers are needed for many Russian and Soviet rulers, especially those whose rule in society is perceived ambiguously and causes controversy. Historians must work in them, collecting facts and dispelling myths and fakes.
      2. Mikado
        Mikado 14 December 2016 10: 55 New
        +9
        I also subscribe to her words. I watched "diagonally" the video from this "center" in the article. After Peter I and the phrase "land of slaves" my nerves could not stand it. Still, you regret that you can’t solder an article for such “good intentions” for cheating on the Motherland.
        1. Starley from the south
          Starley from the south 14 December 2016 20: 02 New
          +1
          Quote: Mikado
          Still, you regret that you can’t solder an article for such “good intentions” for cheating on the Motherland.

          Or maybe some article on this subject is still in the Criminal Code. Type of deliberate falsification of history ...
          1. Mikado
            Mikado 14 December 2016 20: 19 New
            0
            Previously, they simply hung up “treason” and brought to the nearest basement. Whatever they say about the 37th year (I understand that the time was not the best), but with the drafters of the text for this "project" it would be worth doing the same. Damn, I found out that we have, it turns out, the "country of slaves" .. the scribe .. they thought of making stamps like a carbon copy. Neither mind nor imagination, unprincipled greyness work out green papers, a booty on a chair sitting behind a clave.
            By the way, the exile of Alexander Nevsky is the first example of a “color revolution”. Nothing changed.
      3. stas
        stas 14 December 2016 22: 55 New
        +1
        And his receiver respects the EBN very much and awarded the Order for Merit to the Fatherland. And he allocated money for EBNcenter.
        The king is also not allowed to sit on two and three chairs.

        How to understand this and who is right here.
        King or people.
        I am more than sure that the people are right against EBN.
        EBN together with Humpback must be judged for the harm done, and not hang medals.
    2. Finches
      Finches 14 December 2016 09: 05 New
      +19
      I thought that the so provocative name "Yeltsin Center", with the mention of a surname which the majority of the population of our country cannot tolerate, was deliberately chosen! Just as the boards are screwed with the tacit consent of the authorities to all murderers in St. Petersburg, monuments are put to them over the cities and villages of Russia ... There is a deliberate insult to the people and the substitution of concepts with a liberal layer of power that has entrenched since the beginning of the 90s! And these are not public people - these are the shadow players who destroyed the USSR and continue to destroy Russia! All who are in sight are pawns, like failed spies, including the President ... This is a supranational system of world evil! Such conspiracy theological crap comes into my head in the morning ... laughing

      And so, the place of Naina, however, like Mikhalkova, is a weather vane man, a master of shoe changes on the fly, all sorts of Govorukhins, with high-rumors "Russia we lost" - to all those who ruined the country then, clapping their hands to Tsar Boris and now drunkenly licks the ass of the current government .. the name of the Legion, no less to blame, and maybe even more, clearly expressed librarians ... a place, in short, at the bucket!
      1. g1v2
        g1v2 14 December 2016 12: 21 New
        +3
        This is the Mausoleum for the holy liberals. It’s even scary how the history of the beginning of the century was repeated at the end of it. Interestingly Yeltsin Lenin specifically copied, or is it the grimaces of history? One on the armored car - the second on the tank. One mausoleum - another Yeltsin Center. To each his own. request
        There are no positive emotions for Yeltsin. He was the main organizer of the collapse of the USSR - his main executioner. All subsequent problems are a consequence of this. The collapse of factories, the impoverishment of the population, the collapse of the army - all this is a consequence of the collapse that the Benya carried out with accomplices.
        By the way GKChPisty were his direct accomplices. How much did they sit? Why is Benya letting them out so quickly - after all, by almost the devil of evil, he portrayed them in 92. But the trick is simple - the GKChP was an agreement, with the goal of disintegrating the manageability of the country and its government agencies. hi
        1. Finches
          Finches 14 December 2016 12: 35 New
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          I would say about the GKChP - cover operation! hi
          1. g1v2
            g1v2 14 December 2016 13: 00 New
            +2
            It was not a cover operation - it was an important step in the collapse of the country. Yeltsin would not have succeeded without this step. It was the GKChP that paralyzed all power structures, the vertical of power and the party, and Yeltsin came all in white and on a white tank and defended and defeated everyone. And it turned out to be the only center of power. True, in a couple of years the system would have recovered, and therefore, without wasting time with Shushkevich and Kravchuk, he broke the alliance agreement. And there was no one to resist this - all structures were paralyzed during the putsch.
            If we accept the version that the GKChP and Benya were two halves of the same plan, then everything becomes clear. And why did the heads of the KGB, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Ministry of Defense of the USSR so courageously carry out a coup and were so passive that Benny took them with one left. And why did they all get released so quickly afterwards, and without any repression. And why the collapse of the union was so easy and bloodless. request
            1. Finches
              Finches 14 December 2016 13: 01 New
              0
              These are the nuances ... unfortunately! hi
              1. g1v2
                g1v2 14 December 2016 13: 34 New
                +3
                The nuances of course, but the scheme was repeated twice - the first time as the February Revolution of 1917, and the second in 1991. If the population does not understand that this is a scheme of the collapse of the country, then they can repeat it again. request
                First, patriots-patriots of the siloviks come directly, who, like, overthrow the "old rotten corrupt and so on" power. Then other people come and overthrow the "evil coupists." The result - the country is destroyed in ruins. Ruins are a natural consequence of the collapse of the empire. There is no other way. request
                Another thing is that, to our happiness, then a serious guy comes and builds and puts everything in order, mobilizing the resources of society and the state. But what if the next time does not come? Therefore, as soon as I hear about the siloviki of the patriots who are threatening to overthrow the rotten power, I understand one thing - if they are not shut up, then they will follow the old pattern again and for years we will try to reach our old level, restoring industry and government structures, paying for it is with lives. Unfortunately, the states have only one historical currency - the lives of their citizens. EVERYTHING HAS TO BE PAYED BY IT. There is no other way. hi
                1. Finches
                  Finches 14 December 2016 13: 53 New
                  +2
                  There is truth in your words, but I think that in the beginning lies a banal betrayal, that in 1917, that in 1991 ... For some reason, our elites really like to be sold to the West at some historical stage! In the 80s, Gorbachev, bought at the root, led the country to collapse, perhaps he didn’t think so, most likely he only thought about changing course and standing in orderly ranks of Anglo-Saxon fans - although this is the tenth thing, but at some point the West realized that it’s possible not only to change the orientation of the Union, but to completely destroy it, and with the hands of the leaders themselves, and for this they put on another horse - Yeltsin! That is what Gorbachev’s indecisiveness lies in - he did not fully understand that his overseas patrons simply threw it! In order to legalize, more or less, in the eyes of the people of Yeltsin and Co., the GKChP adventure was invented - and here he is, the savior of the nation, Boris 1 (or 2nd if Godunov is counted laughing ), though I had to donate a little to the USSR, but what can’t you do for the sake of chewing gum and jeans for the long-suffering people ...! At this point, they completely and consciously created empty shelves in stores and other chaos ... However, as before the abdication of Nicholas, they created hunger in Petrograd ...

                  So in any case - if the betrayal of the elites is inevitable, it will happen, then the people have two options: to reconcile, as in the 91st or to rebel, as in October 17th, but here only with the organizing force! hi
                  1. g1v2
                    g1v2 14 December 2016 18: 40 New
                    +3
                    Gorbachev was more of a screen. If he were a loner, then he would simply have been removed, like Khrushchev at one time. And this was a stupid deputy chairman, under the guise of which the layers of the elite ruined the country. The elite in that country had few goodies and there was an example of how the elite lives in the west. That is why the top leadership of the party, the army, the KGB and the country was essentially engaged in sabotage. Similarly, at the beginning of the century the then layers of the elite, dreaming of a republic and life as in the west merged the king. The PR company went against him for more than 10 years and ended in February 17.
                    I even believe that the Russo-Japanese War of 1905 was a conscious drain in order to undermine the autocracy and create discontent among the people.
                    Losing the war on the far outskirts, and the Asians, who were not penniless, was considered an unprecedented shame for the then empire. Including congratulations to the intelligentsia of the Japanese emperor - are natural.
                    Another thing is that the elite did not understand that it is an elite only in this country and in these conditions. The country has changed and this elite was out of work, and others climbed upstairs. Where are those who organized the February Revolution? Where is the top leadership of the USSR of the 80s? Only those who led the republics of the SA in the 90s survived and remained in power. They were party leaders - they became bays or local emirs in fact.
                    In general, I am for a clear vertical of power and for the Supreme High Command. Even if the figure comes in place of a much weaker figure, it is likely that maybe good leaders are generally piece goods. All the same, I am against any power-patriots who overthrow the legitimate authority. The same Brokeback probably would not have sat for a long time with such ratings, but the country would not have broken up. And sooner or later a sane leader would come. And so, the country was completely destroyed by the hands of patriots and for the last 15 years we have been trying to reach the level of the RSFSR.
                    In general, no matter what problems and difficulties the country faces, there is always room to fall and a coup d'etat is the right way to do this.
                    1. Finches
                      Finches 14 December 2016 19: 46 New
                      +1
                      Now you and I can make a lot of theories - there’s no sense whatsoever - tomorrow they will want to depose Putin - they will depose them if they have time and money ... People will not even choke! The bourgeoisie invented a method a long time ago, which is imperfect, of course, they give people jeans and chewing gum, such as bread and circuses and supposedly pseudo-freedom - the average person can do anything, only there really is no one there! Brexit did not happen because the majority wanted it — but because the ruling Anglo-Saxons needed it — and our half-fools, and everyone else — democracy, democracy ... These are fairy tales about a white bull! The same Trump, but if he were against the system - he would have been removed even at the stage of filing the application - but he needed to stir up the swamp, which is happening - and again everyone squeals in awe of democracy .... The naivety of universal scale used in practical purposes! hi
          2. Starley from the south
            Starley from the south 14 December 2016 20: 16 New
            +2
            Quote: Finches
            I would say about the GKChP - cover operation! hi

            The Emergency Committee is on a par with Yeltsin in his role in the collapse of the USSR. The GKChP gave an impetus to the collapse, Yeltsin was afraid that the GKChP 2 might be and began the collapse, Gorbachev did not interfere. The elites of all the republics of the USSR after the Emergency Committee did not want to live in the USSR themselves. GKChPisty were clinical idiots, I do not think that they deliberately wanted the collapse of the USSR, but it was simply impossible to do worse.
            1. Finches
              Finches 14 December 2016 20: 31 New
              +1
              GKChP - were deliberately chosen for the role of clowns, this is what Yanaev says in his memoirs, not as I put it, but like that! hi
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    3. Baloo
      Baloo 14 December 2016 09: 22 New
      +11
      My opinion fully coincides with the opinion of Mikhalkov in the letter to the "commoner". I would also add uncomfortable questions about Benjamin Pacioli (who won the competition for the repair of the Kremlin at EBN). For example: diamonds, Western video with the purchase of diamonds ... Who replenished the card? Or else, Pacioli, as argued by his competitor in the Kremlin repair tender, supported the Kosovo Albanians with “Kremlin money”.
      And this strange story with Borodin ...
      And another 5% stake in De Beers from the humble assistant of the “first president of Russia” how did they appear so successfully, or do everyone lie to the villains ......?
      With the money spent on the monument to the traitor, it was possible to build a couple of good multidisciplinary hospitals with rehabilitation hospitals in the same Sverdlovsk region. Sorry....
      1. Mordvin 3
        Mordvin 3 14 December 2016 09: 26 New
        +2
        Quote: Balu
        My opinion fully coincides with the opinion of Mikhalkov in the letter to the "commoner".

        Can I ask you a question? And who put out the Kremlin stars?
    4. Maksus
      Maksus 14 December 2016 09: 42 New
      +3
      ... Anyone who finds himself at the top of power deserves to be remembered ...

      Interestingly, Nikita and Hitler will offer to organize a museum?
      1. Starley from the south
        Starley from the south 14 December 2016 20: 20 New
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        Quote: Maksus
        Nikita and Hitler will offer to organize a museum?

        It’s not empty for Hitler, in the same Estonia there is already one (and maybe more than one) museum dedicated to German fascism. And in it only good things are said about the fascists ... Wonderful Thy Works, Lord!
    5. rudolff
      rudolff 14 December 2016 10: 14 New
      +21
      And why links, you can cite the text.
      11 December
      OPEN LETTER OF A GIRL WIFE YELTSIN ONE

      Naina Iosifovna, decided to write to you right now, because you began to step out of the shadow of your husband and make statements.
      During the life of Boris Nikolaevich I liked you. It seemed to me a faithful wife, modest, able to behave with dignity and modesty. You were just like that, therefore the people of jokes did not write or tell about you. You were the opposite of Gorbachev’s wife, a sharp word was constantly directed at her.
      You were the right wife to support your husband. Now you are trying to support the Yeltsin Center. And this is not the same thing, it’s already politics, so you are ready to accept criticism about this center.
      Well listen, my good.
      Your husband was a drunkard. Well, he would drink at home under your control, he dishonored the country and in this form signed state documents. Harmful to the fatherland.
      Your husband managed to gather in the leadership of Russian-speaking figures who hate the Russian country. They are so stuck that still can not tear.
      With your husband, the army and production are destroyed. Destroyed a huge number of villages.
      Your husband made a state anti-constitutional coup. A lot of people died then, we just don’t know everything.
      Your husband unleashed a war inside the country in which at least twenty thousand Russian men died. These are twenty thousand broken or failed families. Excluding the dead on the other hand. Now we are paying for peace, including money. Again, our children are getting less.
      With your husband, mortality exceeded the birth rate, people starved and lost their jobs. On strike.
      He is the organizer of the collapse of the USSR. He immediately reported this to the American president by telephone.
      If you do not know, then you know, the Russian people consider him a criminal who should be judged.
      If he did not know what he was doing, then he is crazy. If he knew what he was doing, he was Judas. In any case, your husband for today is
      the worst president of Russia. And Yelnin-center - this is PPPPR - a monument to the poor first president of Russia.
      The center was built expensive and beautiful. So let it be a place where young people will find out what the head of state cannot be. And how to be.
      Two words about you, Naina Iosifovna. If you are a patriot of the country, and not just a good wife, you should refuse all funds received from the budget from the state torn by your husband. You can, of course, leave a pension for the sake of justice, for example, like mine - twelve thousand rubles.
    6. NEXUS
      NEXUS 14 December 2016 16: 04 New
      +5
      Quote: Andrew Y.
      here is the "OPEN LETTER OF A SUDDENER TO WIFE YELTSIN ONE."

      Read the namesake ... hi
      To the anniversary of Yeltsin. The author of the poem is B.M. Gunko.
      Zig Heil, Boris! I am writing to you from hell.
      It's very bad here ... However, I'm used to it.
      We were all extremely happy here
      Learning about your brilliant blitzkrieg.

      We heard rumors before
      What did you manage to ruin Russia.
      That children and old women are dying godlessly,
      But there are no coffins to bury everyone.

      Don’t be sad, Mine Lieut Freund Borya.
      I will give advice: so as not to spoil the forest in vain,
      Build one og-ro-o-oh-ohm crematorium,
      Take the ashes to the fields.

      I already solved this problem ...
      However, to the point - the essence of the letter is different:
      Well, you did the House of the Soviets!
      ... Or, like him, the Russian White House!

      You did what we so dreamed about
      All forty-eight sad years.
      Thundering with fire, sparkling with a gleam of steel,
      You shot your Supreme Council!

      Hi, you, Partigenigenos Yeltsin,
      They send Goering, Goebbels, Bormann, me and Hess!
      Here in the underworld, taking off all the rails,
      We cast you an iron cross.

      Why is there a cross - And there is half a schnapps.
      But you know, you’ll be glad to another:
      In Germany, everyone shouted “Heil Hitler!”
      In Hell Now “Heil Yeltsin!” everyone is screaming.

      Warm greetings to the generals,
      By letting these Russians bleed!
      We are waiting for the meeting, we believe that it’s not long to wait,
      Mine Lieb Freund Borya.


      Your Adolf.
      1. Starley from the south
        Starley from the south 14 December 2016 20: 25 New
        +1
        Quote: NEXUS
        Mine Lieb Freund Borya.
        Your Adolf.

        Cool!
  2. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 14 December 2016 07: 03 New
    +24
    Mikhalkov, of course, a chameleon is an opportunist; I hate his vysery about the Second World War (in the literal sense, the fascist spoils the heads of Soviet soldiers).

    But the problem is that at the moment an unprecedented (earlier) unity of power and people (not absolute, but unprecedented) has been achieved - that’s Mikhalkov pulled himself up and if he says the right thing, I won’t, like liberalists, pour mud on him other business. I will support him.

    So I watched this filthy cartoon. Everything is just like that; all leaders are burned (except for Gorbachev and Yeltsin); Ivan the Terrible - generally reminds Sauron.

    And Yeltsin courageously stops the tank. laughing Well, how the children will believe it. am

    Immediately remodel the Yeltsin Center as a homeless shelter - there will be more good. And be supremely fair - since it was Yeltsin who formed the homeless layer.

    The word "Besogon", by the way, is consonant with the name Boris; I will only be glad if Mikhalkov continues the race of Tsar Boris. laughing
    1. EvgNik
      EvgNik 14 December 2016 07: 21 New
      +15
      Quote: Gormengast
      at the moment, an unprecedented (earlier) unity of power and people (not absolute, but - an unprecedented

      I doubt it very much. Somehow I don’t believe in the unity of the oligarchs, and even very rich people, the “intelligentsia” of the present with the people, which they are not embarrassed to call cattle.
      1. EvgNik
        EvgNik 14 December 2016 07: 23 New
        +4
        Although I agree with the rest in your post.
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      3. Gormenghast
        Gormenghast 14 December 2016 08: 05 New
        +5
        "intelligentsia" present with the people


        The "intellectual" Mikhalkov teamed up with the people on the basis of hatred of Yeltsin - this is an example of unity.

        Everything in the world is relative; the unity of the oligarchs with the people is impossible.

        The unity of power with the people is possible at certain points.
        1. Stanislas
          Stanislas 14 December 2016 10: 00 New
          +2
          Quote: Gormengast
          the unity of the oligarchs with the people is impossible
          You do not get tired of repeating your mantras, but at least for a second thought, you asked yourself the question: who exactly is the oligarch today? In other words, who (name, surname) have common interests with Putin that are different from the interests of the state and prevail over the latter? Without an evidentially named definition of a narrow circle of oligarchs (at least partially), the use of this term is akin to "KGavava gebne" - there is a word, but "* experience" is not.
          1. Gormenghast
            Gormenghast 14 December 2016 10: 20 New
            +1
            and who exactly is the oligarch today?


            Oligarch = thief, one whose wealth cannot be explained by his legal income from labor activities.

            Note: a layer of the so-called “cooperators” of the late USSR, “entrepreneurs” of the early 90s and voucher buyers of the early 90s - felonssince private entrepreneurial activity, commercial mediation and speculation ceased to be crimes only in 1993 year. Accordingly, it is impossible to accumulate legal wealth through crime.

            So - ONLY INCOME FROM LABOR ACTIVITY.
            1. Stanislas
              Stanislas 14 December 2016 10: 27 New
              +1
              Quote: Gormengast
              Oligarch = thief
              Have you come up with? If you are banned in Google, then here you are
              [column oligarchia the power of few] watered. domination, government in the state of a small group of people closely related by common interests
              What interests of Putin or even Medvedev, which clearly do not correspond and contradict the interests of the state, do you know for certain? With whom do they sell them?
              1. Gormenghast
                Gormenghast 14 December 2016 10: 31 New
                0
                It was Yeltsin who taught me.
                1. Stanislas
                  Stanislas 14 December 2016 10: 53 New
                  +1
                  Quote: Gormengast
                  Yeltsin taught me
                  So it’s already not the 90s, I know about the Yeltsin oligarchs, but today only words ... If you think that the leader of the nation is stealing, then you probably know what he stole, or where he keeps the money stolen by other oligarchs? But none of the spellcasters of the electorate has ever shown this “scary" word today.
                  1. Gormenghast
                    Gormenghast 14 December 2016 13: 23 New
                    0
                    the leader of the nation is stealing, you probably know what he stole, or where does he keep the money stolen by other oligarchs? But none of the spellcasters of the electorate has ever shown this “scary" word today.


                    belay And who said that? And where? The leader of the nation is to blame only for not pushing the liberals enough and not at all dispossessing the thieves-oligarchs (with extremely rare exceptions like Khodorkovsky and Co., Berezovsky, Pugachev, etc.)
                    1. Stanislas
                      Stanislas 14 December 2016 13: 43 New
                      0
                      Quote: Gormengast
                      The leader of the nation is to blame only for not enough pushing the liberals and not at all dispossessing thieves-oligarchs
                      Then they are not oligarchs, but simply traitors and swindlers. But the sufficiency of pressure and dispossession is closely connected with law enforcement agencies, and a song about them is yet to come, I believe. Here you need to go along the blade so as not to fall into the abyss of lawlessness and chaos.
                      1. Gormenghast
                        Gormenghast 14 December 2016 18: 24 New
                        0
                        just traitors and crooks


                        This does not change the essence.
        2. To be or not to be
          To be or not to be 14 December 2016 10: 11 New
          +9
          The point is not in Mikhalkov’s personality, but in this act and his open statement on the Yeltsin Center. Is he right or wrong? Personally, my opinion is right. And he spoke openly to the whole community .. What could be better?
          There are no museums of tsars and emperors of Russia ... There are no museums of Lenin There is no museum of Stalin ... Brezhnev. They built the Russian state and did not destroy it for the sake of their ambitions and thirst for power
          Yes, in principle, this is not about Yeltsin himself. and imposing through this center of a certain ideology on the young rising generation. Ideologies, probably alien to Russia itself. Is it necessary for Russia itself?
          How the mass visit is organized there, only the lazy one does not know. Soviet experience in action. - school binding at the expense of the wallet of parents
          The most important thing to understand is why Yekaterinburg is chosen? The press is full of headlines "Yekaterinburg has recently been suspiciously attracting senior US diplomats." Yekaterinburg appears in six regions of Russia on which the United States laid its eagle orange eye
          In 2015 alone, the US ambassador to Russia, John Tefft, visited Yekaterinburg twice, and it must be recalled that it was he who headed the US embassy in Georgia in 2005-2009, and also was the ambassador to Ukraine until 2013. Also, in October 2015, a visit to Yekaterinburg carried out by Victoria Nuland's assistant, Caitlin Kovalek, who held a private meeting with business representatives.
          In February 2016, US Deputy Ambassador to Russia Lynn Tracy visited Yekaterinburg.
          (((http://perebezhchik.ru/regions/3901.html))
          On April 21, 2016, Tim Timmons, Consul for Politics and Economics, held a private meeting with Mufti Sibatulla-Haji Saydullin in the mosque.
          From April 24 to 26, 2016, Yekaterinburg was visited by another “hawk” of US foreign policy Scott Pozil. An employee of the US Embassy in Moscow, who oversees issues of foreign economic activity, does not advertise his visit to the capital of the Urals, holding secret meetings with representatives of American business and other US supporters.
          ((http://voprosik.net/amerikanskie-diplomaty-podryv
          ayut-ural / http://pravosudija.net/article/ssha-forsiruyut-po
          dgotovku-maydana-v-ekaterinburge))
          Recently ,burg visited VIP pepper from the UK. What is he looking for in a distant country?
          And how do you like it .. !!
          "US Consulate General in Yekaterinburg
          Gogol street, Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk region, 620075
          The US Consulate General in Yekaterinburg holds a Young Diplomat Day every month. We invite high school students and students to spend one day at the consulate, get to know the work of American diplomats and help them with their daily duties. In addition to the sightseeing tour, “young diplomats” meet with the US Consul General, learn about the visa issuing process, make and discuss their own proposals on the cultural and economic development of the region, and also practice communication skills in English. If you are a teacher and want your students to participate in the Young Diplomat Day, please send your contact information and a few words about your students to [email protected] "" "
          ((https://ru-ru.facebook.com/events/1760888487507
          929 /))
          And how many joint enterprises of the Urals with the Americans. Wai wai wai ...

          The conclusions are obvious! Work for the future. Work without hiding, impudent. And their goals are clear.
          1. Baloo
            Baloo 14 December 2016 11: 43 New
            +5
            If you are a teacher and want your students to take part in the Young Diplomat Day, please send your contact information and a few words about your students to
            The Macington macaques are systematically working to destroy Russia from the inside. With the help of such entices, they will form consciousness 9 following the example of Bandera) and one fine day what will not work in the 90s will begin: you give the Ural republic, you give the Siberian republic, you give the free Far East, etc. etc. Oral will be replaced by other oral. And yet, I am for censorship, moral and ethical censorship, for expanding indications for deprivation of citizenship and get out of the country! angry
    2. Gardamir
      Gardamir 14 December 2016 08: 15 New
      +6
      unprecedented (earlier) unity of power and people
      Even in Yeltsin’s times, this was not so that the government would openly sell the country and support the people. But the sale of Rosneft's interest to the Qataris, and whoever forgot it, it was the Qatars who shot down a plane in the sky over Egypt, this is already an open sale of Russia. With the same sauce, the islands will be given.
      1. Gormenghast
        Gormenghast 14 December 2016 10: 27 New
        +1
        Even in Yeltsin’s times, this wasn’t


        Of course! Because Yeltsin all gave. am

        it was the Qatari who shot down a plane in the sky over Egypt


        And not ISIS?

        But the sale of Rosneft interest to the Qataris


        While the controlling stake is in the hands of the state, I see nothing wrong with the price. I think they have cheapened.
        1. Gardamir
          Gardamir 14 December 2016 16: 23 New
          0
          Yeltsin all gave
          In times of checks and balances? Not only for the money. And now for his ...
          And not ISIS?
          Federal channels have repeatedly said Qatar.
          While a controlling stake in the hands of the state
          and it’s true that we will be selling packages to our homeland.
    3. faiver
      faiver 14 December 2016 10: 59 New
      +2
      what unity? power is snickering officials who live off at the expense of the country's population and still teach how to live and offer to tighten the creature’s belts ...
    4. Baloo
      Baloo 14 December 2016 13: 13 New
      0
      Immediately remodeling the Yeltsin Center into an overnight stay for homeless people would be more useful. And it will be extremely true - since it was Yeltsin who formed the layer of homeless people.
      Homeless people do not need shelter, they need socialization. Something like a "house of mercy": medicine, career guidance, occupational therapy, followed by employment and housing such as a hostel. Once on TV they showed one Siberian entrepreneur who organized something like a settlement for such people. In the end, there is still the Orthodox Church, but their humanitarian role in this good work is just not noticeable.
  3. sergeyzzz
    sergeyzzz 14 December 2016 07: 06 New
    +7
    Excellent article. Based on the destructive effect that Russia continues to have on Yeltsin, it seems that, by its direct influence, Yeltsin has done things in the country. If liberals hate their homeland so much, so what do they all grab onto it? Drive west and live there for your pleasure, who's stopping you?
    1. Sotskiy
      Sotskiy 14 December 2016 08: 21 New
      +4
      Quote: sergeyzzz
      If liberals hate their homeland so much, so what do they all grab onto it? Drive west and live there for your pleasure, who's stopping you?

      Because in the West they don’t need anyone and they don’t allow anyone to pay for “Russophobia at a distance”, let alone earn money, as in Russia.
    2. Donhapa
      Donhapa 14 December 2016 09: 09 New
      +6
      Quote: sergeyzzz
      Excellent article. Based on the destructive effect that Russia continues to have on Yeltsin, it seems that, by its direct influence, Yeltsin has done things in the country. If liberals hate their homeland so much, so what do they all grab onto it? Drive west and live there for your pleasure, who's stopping you?

      Their homeland is in the Middle East! Although they settled like worms around the world
    3. To be or not to be
      To be or not to be 14 December 2016 14: 08 New
      0
      Alice in Wonderland .. from the looking glass.
      (from a speech by Naina Iosifovna Yeltsin at the opening of the Yeltsin Center on November 25, 2015, Yekaterinburg))
      “This event causes me both joy and excitement. I am happy because today we are laying a new political tradition for our country - the tradition of respect for the presidents and their legacy who have left their posts. I am worried because the Yeltsin Center is the first in our country, and people's attitude to this new tradition will largely depend on what our Center will become.

      It so happened that our generation with Boris found out the truth about the history of the country only in the late 80s. I would really like our grandchildren and their peers to learn the history of Russia from living and truthful textbooks. And in this sense, the museum of the first president of Russia, of course, makes it possible to get objective ideas about how the country lived in the 90s of the last century.

      It is very important for me that the Yeltsin Center become a point of attraction for people of different ages, different professions and different political views. There are all the possibilities for this. Not only a museum, but also an archive, an educational center, a children's center, and a conference hall will begin to work in the Center tomorrow. People will be able to come here as a family, and it will be great.

      I would very much like the Yeltsin Center to gather around itself people who care for Russia, such as our first president was. ”


      From the website of the President of the Russian Federation http://kremlin.ru/events/president/news/50784
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  5. astronom1973n
    astronom1973n 14 December 2016 07: 31 New
    +15
    In his "presidency" it was "fun" .... They went to the exercises on one and a half gasoline ... In 96, they received a monetary allowance for the second time in December (and before December in April). They didn’t pay rations, they were issued only in 2 after he arrived from the next business trip to the place where the super-president simply gave weapons to the bandits! At this time, jolly and conducting an orchestra abroad, the first person in the country, dancing on stage during the election. Probably a monument to him for this?
    1. Gormenghast
      Gormenghast 14 December 2016 08: 11 New
      +4
      "fun"


      Good Clown and Evil Clown. am

  6. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 14 December 2016 07: 32 New
    +12
    Whoever and how would relate to Mikhalkov, but he is absolutely right. And the reaction of the "liberal public" was predictable.
    1. Mordvin 3
      Mordvin 3 14 December 2016 07: 42 New
      +5
      Quote: rotmistr60
      but he is absolutely right.

      Right? Do you know how much money he profiled? Starting with the Barber
      1. rotmistr60
        rotmistr60 14 December 2016 07: 44 New
        +10
        Do you know how much money he profiled? Starting with the Barber

        What does this have to do with it? Have you read the article?
        1. Reptiloid
          Reptiloid 14 December 2016 08: 11 New
          +6
          Ah, Naina Yeltsin is unhappy that they are scolding the first president ... So what isn’t happy ?? Why can't he be scolded ?? Just like that, without a war, the country lost huge water expanses because of him. And human, economic damages?
          For the rest of my life I’ll have to live in a disgruntled way! .... Ah, ah, ah !!!!
          1. rotmistr60
            rotmistr60 14 December 2016 08: 47 New
            +3
            It seems to me that the liberals will soon will require canonize EBN.
          2. Senior manager
            Senior manager 14 December 2016 09: 40 New
            +2
            Naina Yeltsin against democratic values, once taken to condemn the "wrong" opinion. And how is it then different from the "tyrant" of Stalin?
        2. Mordvin 3
          Mordvin 3 14 December 2016 08: 13 New
          +6
          Read. So, I’ll tell you, in the West the last trousers would have been torn off Mikhalkov. Because, how is a film shot on credit? (bank, at interest)
          1. rotmistr60
            rotmistr60 14 December 2016 08: 45 New
            +5
            I tell you about Thomas, and you tell me about Yerema. How do you feel about Mikhalkov - your own business. But the conversation is about something completely different.
            1. Mordvin 3
              Mordvin 3 14 December 2016 09: 06 New
              +6
              All-Union gentleman beguiled all the coast. He was a Komsomol member, then a communist, and right now a monarchist. And how to believe him? Traffic police inspector
    2. Monarchist
      Monarchist 14 December 2016 08: 52 New
      +5
      Rotmister60, I agree with your statement: "whoever and how would relate to Mikhalkov, but he is absolutely right"
      I prefer his "barber" to the cartoon, and the librarians need to knee-deep and into the oven!
      1. rotmistr60
        rotmistr60 14 December 2016 09: 00 New
        +3
        I would prefer his barber cartoon

        You won’t drink good taste. But seriously, you are absolutely right.
  7. volodya
    volodya 14 December 2016 08: 03 New
    +8
    It's time to close this Yeltsin center! This is a museum of drunks! Gorbachev began, but this one has developed the country!
  8. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 14 December 2016 08: 12 New
    +8
    Museum of the President. laughing

  9. kur9696
    kur9696 14 December 2016 08: 14 New
    +1
    Truly an abominable cartoon.
  10. cedar
    cedar 14 December 2016 08: 17 New
    +6
    Quote: Andrew Y.
    here is the "OPEN LETTER OF A SUDDEN WOMAN TO WIFE YELTSIN ONE" ... https://cont.ws/post/455801- I subscribe to this letter.


    I read it. I completely agree. There is only one conclusion in connection with the article and the letter - the Center is, in fact, the subversive center of the enemies of Russia. It cannot be otherwise in occupied Russia. The task of the invaders in the conquered country has always been one - to rule, and for this to divide. It is this formula "to divide in order to rule" that this subversive center is really embodied in by the Anglo-Saxons wedged into Russian soil in the Urals.



    See the root.
  11. Gardamir
    Gardamir 14 December 2016 08: 19 New
    +3
    Recently, a year has passed, as of November 25.11.2015, 22. Russian President Putin in Yekaterinburg, along with all the country's top leadership, opened the giant Yeltsin Genocide Center: an area of ​​000 square meters. m, the cost is 7 billion budget rubles.
    And this is during a serious economic crisis in Russia (though Putin’s notorious stability has been going on since 2008), which Prime Minister Medvedev most vividly characterized: “There is simply no money !!!” ... But first, I want to draw your attention to the fact that the opening of the giant Yeltsin Genocide Center in Yekaterinburg will not end naturally.
    The degrading Russians calmly grabbed this next mockery of Putin and the Yeltsin-Putin oligarchy over the country and people, so please - eat the supplement.
    It turns out that President Putin’s Office of Administration is preparing to open in 2017 a branch of the Yeltsin Genocide Center in Moscow, one and a half kilometers from the Kremlin, with an area of ​​about 7 square meters. m, worth 000 billion budget rubles. For this, reconstruction of the Dolgorukov-Bobrinsky estate on Malaya Nikitskaya Street in Moscow is underway - a monument of federal significance.
    This is one of the few architectural ensembles of the XNUMXthth centuries that have been preserved in Moscow.
    The building area will be 2 square meters. m, the total area of ​​buildings - 000 square meters. m, including the land part - 6 700 sq. m. m
    The Yeltsin Private Fund, headed by an Austrian citizen Yumasheva (Yeltsin’s daughter), will also move here.

    Who else does not know, the giant Yeltsin Genocide Center in Yekaterinburg has a board of trustees.
    The chairman of this council is the recently appointed head of the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation, Putin - Vaino.
    In addition to all Chubais and Shvydko (which is not surprising), the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation Shoigu is on the board of trustees.
    1. Donhapa
      Donhapa 14 December 2016 08: 57 New
      +2
      Quote: Gardamir
      Recently, a year has passed, as of November 25.11.2015, 22. Russian President Putin in Yekaterinburg, along with all the country's top leadership, opened the giant Yeltsin Genocide Center: an area of ​​000 square meters. m, the cost is 7 billion budget rubles.
      And this is during a serious economic crisis in Russia (though Putin’s notorious stability has been going on since 2008), which Prime Minister Medvedev most vividly characterized: “There is simply no money !!!” ... But first, I want to draw your attention to the fact that the opening of the giant Yeltsin Genocide Center in Yekaterinburg will not end naturally.
      The degrading Russians calmly grabbed this next mockery of Putin and the Yeltsin-Putin oligarchy over the country and people, so please - eat the supplement.
      It turns out that President Putin’s Office of Administration is preparing to open in 2017 a branch of the Yeltsin Genocide Center in Moscow, one and a half kilometers from the Kremlin, with an area of ​​about 7 square meters. m, worth 000 billion budget rubles. For this, reconstruction of the Dolgorukov-Bobrinsky estate on Malaya Nikitskaya Street in Moscow is underway - a monument of federal significance.
      This is one of the few architectural ensembles of the XNUMXthth centuries that have been preserved in Moscow.
      The building area will be 2 square meters. m, the total area of ​​buildings - 000 square meters. m, including the land part - 6 700 sq. m. m
      The Yeltsin Private Fund, headed by an Austrian citizen Yumasheva (Yeltsin’s daughter), will also move here.

      Who else does not know, the giant Yeltsin Genocide Center in Yekaterinburg has a board of trustees.
      The chairman of this council is the recently appointed head of the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation, Putin - Vaino.
      In addition to all Chubais and Shvydko (which is not surprising), the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation Shoigu is on the board of trustees.

      One company
    2. Ingol
      Ingol 15 December 2016 11: 38 New
      0
      Gradamir, where can I find the information you provided about the Yeltsin Center in Moscow?
  12. lopvlad
    lopvlad 14 December 2016 08: 23 New
    +3
    A strong state, let alone an empire, cannot be built on the basis of a complete lie and a fictitious history, dermis. Yeltsin and his rule are shit for 95% of the country's population forever.
    The Russian people are well aware that the liberals and part of the government are grateful to Yeltsin and therefore recognize their right to build a monument from an idol.
    But it is against driving into the heads of the young generation that Yeltsin and his time are good, strongly opposed.
    It’s like with the Sadomites. The people do not pursue them, but if if the Sadomites come with their propaganda to the children, then each parent will tear their head off.
  13. antivirus
    antivirus 14 December 2016 08: 40 New
    +3
    Monomakh's cap crushed EBN so that he stopped drinking.
    I wish you health Naina Yeltsin. Live longer and realize another point of view (at least)
    And in the video there are controversial issues.
    Starting from other times and even about Khrushchev. Father clearly said: the whole country was twitching, from the experiments of Khrushchev. not verbatim.
  14. Monarchist
    Monarchist 14 December 2016 08: 44 New
    +2
    The cartoon is clearly tendentious. If only they have the whole exhibition then ... "extinguish the light and drain the water."
    Friends, let’s be realistic: they will not close the Yeltsin Center, even if V.V. wants it, now the time has not come. And it is NECESSARY to correct there.
    What is Medinsky, if you are a true historian and patriot, a correction there
    1. Gardamir
      Gardamir 14 December 2016 09: 15 New
      +4
      will not be closed, even if V.V. wants
      That is, there is someone more powerful in the country than VV? And where didn’t your time come if you intend to open another Yeltsin center?
      1. kit_bellew
        kit_bellew 14 December 2016 09: 55 New
        +3
        Quote: Gardamir
        That is, there is someone more powerful in the country than VV?

        Well, of course there is. These are those whose proteges are the entire “economic block” of the government, plus some Nabiullina.
        People who can afford to openly sabotage GDP decrees. But Nabiullina is not a decree at all, it is directly spelled out in the current constitution.
        1. Social Democrat
          Social Democrat 14 December 2016 13: 53 New
          +1
          I am surprised by people who believe that Putin does not have absolute power.
          1. sds87
            sds87 14 December 2016 16: 05 New
            +1
            If Putin had absolute power, then we would have tyranny. But since the outspoken enemies of Russia are free, Putin is clearly very constrained in his capabilities.
            1. Gardamir
              Gardamir 14 December 2016 16: 27 New
              +1
              But since the outspoken enemies of Russia are free,
              You do not confuse people who love their homeland with partners. Everyone who is free at large needs the Kremlin or the Kremlin can’t cope with echoimoski, but Kvachkova instantly rolled up.
              1. sds87
                sds87 14 December 2016 17: 07 New
                +2
                To be honest, looking at the latest actions of Putin and his speech - I already perceive not as the president of the Russian Federation, but as a vocal "partner". Cases with words parted completely.
  15. Sotskiy
    Sotskiy 14 December 2016 08: 47 New
    +3
    The reaction of the liberal "nest" was predictably expected, since after the broadcast (and not one) of Mikhalkov about the Yeltsin Center, a wave of indignation arose in social networks (after all, the discovery itself passed "as if by the way, without a grandiose screech in the media) of the people by the very existence of this nursery Russophobia and the blackening of the entire history of Russia, in memory of President Alkash, who ruined the country. The Yeltsin Center is a spit in the soul of the whole people who lived and wanted to save the USSR. In connection with the “Naina’s letter”, we can only state the beginning of the war for the “Yeltsin Center” and Russ it's too early to make buns!
  16. revkain
    revkain 14 December 2016 09: 02 New
    +2
    But I have a question: who gives commands and permissions for the planned and general visits by schoolchildren to such places, and even with the viewing of this infamous cartoon? Maybe you should pay attention to senior officials in Yekaterinburg?
    And here is some more information to note:
    "On Friday, December 9, this year, in Yekaterinburg, in the building of the Presidential Center of Boris N. Yeltsin, with the support of the Government of the Sverdlovsk Region and the Autonomous Nonprofit Agency" Agency for Strategic Initiatives to Promote New Projects ", the IV All-Russian Forum" Available Networks: Projects, Experience, Topical Issues "was held. The event was co-organized by Rosseti PJSC with the participation of a subsidiary of IDGC of Urals, JSC.
    The forum was attended by about 200 people. The event brought together key participants in the process of technological connection: representatives of grid companies, authorities and the business community.
    On behalf of the governor, the First Deputy Head of the Sverdlovsk Region Alexei Orlov addressed the participants with a welcoming speech. "[/ I] http://eepir.ru/news/item/2548-ekaterinburg-vopro
    si-elseti.html

    What is this?! There were no more halls in Yekaterinburg? Probably there are in sufficient quantities. And the answer is very simple - the cost of such an event should be approximately 20 million rubles. (if not more). So guess who and how quietly finances the existence of this center at the expense of electricity tariffs ;-)
    The topic of the meeting is correct and necessary for the country, however, taking into account the focus of the EBN center, there are doubts about what kind of consultants and what they are preaching on the necessary and useful topic?
    It's time to take control of the situation and a pencil!
    1. Senior manager
      Senior manager 14 December 2016 09: 50 New
      +3
      It is very likely that they are trying to realize their dreams of making the Ural Republic a separate state. And they begin very competently, with children, with their fooling. A surrogate story in the head, which is regrettable, enters and strengthens in them better than the truth. An example is very revealing - EDGE. And Mikhalkov respect and respect for raising this issue.
      1. Mordvin 3
        Mordvin 3 14 December 2016 09: 58 New
        +4
        Quote: St. Propulsion
        And Mikhalkov respect and respect for raising this issue.

        Or maybe respect for Demidov? He also wanted to create a state in the Urals. He even printed his little dear. And when Annushka sent troops, he became obsessed.
    2. BAI
      BAI 14 December 2016 09: 52 New
      +5
      And the commands to schoolchildren to visit such places are given by the same people who allow American diplomats to give lectures at Russian universities under the conditions: the Russian authorities are not familiar with the text of the lectures; government representatives are NOT ALLOWED (this is in the territory of the Russian Federation!) at a lecture.
    3. Serega86
      Serega86 14 December 2016 10: 47 New
      +1
      The topic of the meeting is correct and necessary for the country, however, taking into account the focus of the EBN center, there are doubts about what kind of consultants and what they are preaching on the necessary and useful topic?
      where did the consultants come from, the center was built and as a platform where you can hold all kinds of forums, and this event is the rental of space on electricity prices, which in my opinion has no effect at all. these companies sell power to enterprises and not electricity to the public at a rate set by the government
      1. Reptiloid
        Reptiloid 14 December 2016 12: 47 New
        +1
        We are witnessing the creation and implementation of an anti-Russian project to divide the Russian state. But in the minds of officials, this may have already happened. It can be seen that the farther from the center, the greater the opportunities for local kings.
  17. avia1991
    avia1991 14 December 2016 09: 29 New
    +2
    I have already spoken out on the topic of attitude to Mikhalkov, I don’t want to repeat myself much: his “Besogon” is necessary for the people, and it’s good that there’s a person who is “hard not to hear” to the authorities, and who can afford the presence on TV to tell the Truth.
    Alexei, you are not quite right, in my opinion, interpret the position of "dignitaries":
    if one or another high-ranking person is present at the opening of a new school, then, based on the logic of individuals, it is he who needs to be blamed for the fact that instead of normal hot water, children are served “homeless packages” boiled with boiling water in the canteen of this school?
    There is no need to compare the significance of a separate school with the advertised "cultural institution", which is called upon to preserve the Memory of a certain person in our History, but in practice propagating an ideology alien to our society.
    President and Prime Minister, opening this "nursery", should have been aware of the importance of their presence there for the attitude of the people. Why is it still - despite the scandals, they do not pay attention to what is really happening outside the doors of this pro-Western office (in fact it is!)?
    1. Mordvin 3
      Mordvin 3 14 December 2016 10: 27 New
      +2
      So Mikhalkov Putin gave a moonshine, forgot?
      1. avia1991
        avia1991 14 December 2016 17: 40 New
        +1
        Quote: mordvin xnumx
        So Mikhalkov Putin gave a moonshine, forgot?

        And what? request
        Now, if he had drunk Putin before the opening of the EBN Center, and taken away from the event, away from sin, that would have mattered! laughing
        1. Mordvin 3
          Mordvin 3 14 December 2016 17: 48 New
          +2
          Quote: avia1991
          Now, if he had drunk Putin before the opening of the EBN Center, and taken away from the event, away from sin, that would have mattered!

          The value has a size. Does Migalkin have it? laughing fellow
    2. Stanislas
      Stanislas 14 December 2016 19: 44 New
      0
      Quote: avia1991
      The President and the Prime Minister, opening this "nursery", should have been aware of the importance of their presence there for the attitude of the people to this.
      And it would be nice for the people to chip in at the Stalin Center and see how the authorities resolve the issue of "their presence there."
  18. then
    then 14 December 2016 09: 37 New
    +5
    There will not be any historical truth in the Yeltsin Center. Mikhalkov was well aware that he was releasing an information torpedo at the Yeltsin Center - "What is the strength of a brother?" And if you follow the logic of historical truth, then Yeltsin does not deserve a bust on the grave, only the date of birth and death.
  19. BAI
    BAI 14 December 2016 09: 48 New
    +1
    In this particular case, Mikhalkov is absolutely right. And then the "liberal democrats" are well settled: to gossip the state for state money.
  20. Boris55
    Boris55 14 December 2016 09: 53 New
    +2
    The Mikhalkovs have a sharp sense of fragility of the political line of power, which allows them to live sweetly under any power, and from this it can be assumed that there are tiktan changes in the state’s domestic policy.
    My attitude towards him as a whole is negative. He is sincerely for Russia, but for the one in which he is: HE - the master and other serfs.
    About Yeltsinists who dream of getting a whip from their master so as to beat their own servants, and not to talk.
  21. murriou
    murriou 14 December 2016 10: 08 New
    +5
    There is a mixed sensation at the sight of a brawl between two groups of freaks winked I recall the stormy romance of a toad with an adder laughing

    In this case, Mikhalkov, if wrong, is in excessive softening of the wording and fawning before Naina Kievna Gorynych, that is, before the widow of the traitor and freak Yeltsin.

    But at the same time, Migalkov himself showed himself not too consistent in his "mega-patriotism", he is an outspoken anti-adviser, a crystal baker, a juggler and a falsifier of our history.
    And in life, he is an arrogant boor with exorbitant ambition.

    The Yeltsin Center is certainly a symbol of the occupation of our country. And also, a means of fooling our citizens from childhood. Compulsory schoolchildren visiting the center is an absolute crime until a true exposition is made in this center about the traitors of the Motherland, the destruction of our country, and the personal culprits of this.
  22. murriou
    murriou 14 December 2016 10: 10 New
    +4
    And another article. The author’s obsessive idea is a red thread: the tsar is not to blame, all the boyars are bad, and the tsar does not even know what’s going on in his country. lol laughing
    1. rudolff
      rudolff 14 December 2016 10: 53 New
      +3
      Well, this is a new trend. The king did not know anything, and when he found out, he was surprised.
    2. Rastas
      Rastas 14 December 2016 19: 30 New
      +1
      As the saying goes, if the ship cannot sail, then the captain is to blame.
  23. 1536
    1536 14 December 2016 10: 37 New
    +2
    In general, it should be understood that this, as the "neoliberal" party is written here, is still following the path of Russia's fracture along the Ural ridge. And she does it very well. Sverdlovsk is a favorite place of pilgrimage for the so-called American diplomats, all kinds of "poets", "writers" and "first wave democrats." Everything is clear with the authorities of Sverdlovsk. But again we sit and are silent. The unity of the people in silence? Maybe at least the posts make the former president’s entourage think that it’s time to change the record? However, it is unlikely. The scoundrel differs from decency in that it does not feel its scoundrel. Step on such a boor’s foot in the subway - it’s overwhelming with mud, and if it comes, it will pretend that it is necessary. It is necessary to make the next, 2017 year, not the year of ecology, but the year of the fight against rudeness, including in museums of this kind.
  24. Serega86
    Serega86 14 December 2016 10: 43 New
    0
    injections destroying national identity
    it turns out from the point of view of Mikhalkov that our national identity is servility and worship of power
    1. Boris55
      Boris55 14 December 2016 14: 30 New
      0
      Quote: Serega86
      it turns out from the point of view of Mikhalkov that our national identity is servility and worship of power

      This is his slavish consciousness is not able to realize another relationship between people, except for slaveholding. A slave in the soul, no matter how many formations he has, is not able to become free himself and give freedom to others.
    2. van50man
      van50man 14 December 2016 23: 06 New
      0
      ... but, what ... does anyone doubt?
  25. den-protector
    den-protector 14 December 2016 11: 02 New
    +5
    Maybe not quite in the subject. Recently, pro-government political, pseudo-cultural figures and groups have made more and more attempts to impose on the population of Russia the idea of ​​"reconciliation" between the "red" (the majority of the population robbed since 1991) and the "white" (bourgeois, bureaucrats, "creative" intelligentsia, etc. " the elite of "society). It is felt that Military Review did not escape this trend, there are many similar conciliatory throws. This is done to maintain the existing status quo, i.e. power of the bourgeoisie over the rest of the poor population and to continue such a "banquet". The idea of ​​"reconciliation" supposedly to maintain a common country for all.
    We do not need a new Troubles, but unless the "elite" has peacefully surrendered the acquired back-breaking labor since 1991. Does such a country have a happy future for slaves and masters? The year 1917 showed that no. What should be "tomorrow" so that it, i.e. it was the country’s “tomorrow”. We need a transition to a new state system - socialism (taking into account the mistakes of the Soviet Union), the nationalization of strategic sectors of the economy, the elimination of private ownership of the means of production. It is necessary to change ideology (not superficial, official-patriotic), state system, mobilization economy and preparation of the country for a possible global war. Perhaps the blind man does not see the increasing possibility of such a war. Need a purge of society from top to bottom. And such large-scale events are possible only under socialism, if the leader of the country and his team have political will. True, now in Russia there is no level leader F. Castro, V.I. Lenin, I.V. Stalin, E. Guevara.
    Our main problem is the colossal stratification and polarization of our society, which is actually divided into the estates of masters and everyone else (as yet personally. But conditionally, free). Another problem that we got from 1991 and related to the first problem is the robbery of the people by squeezing out (privatizing) state and collective farm property by a bunch of former communists and Komsomol members, who suddenly became democrats and entrepreneurs, exposers of the Soviet totalitarian regime. These problems are slow. but inexorably pull our long-suffering country into a new Troubles. War and devastation really do not want to. Our "partners" will immediately take advantage of this. But you cannot live on like that.
    As for the EBN Center, such monuments to the pride and destruction of Russia cannot be built, especially for budgetary funds. With state funds, especially huge ones, museums were never built for kings, emperors, and general secretaries. And here in Russia, the whole legal basis for this case has been summed up - Federal Law of May 13, 2008 N 68-ФЗ "On Centers of Historical Heritage of the Presidents of the Russian Federation who have ceased to exercise their powers." And the money for health and social programs is sorely lacking. But enough for anything is not the case. Is this a tribute to agents of Western influence? So who does rule our country and what are its prospects?
  26. cheburator
    cheburator 14 December 2016 11: 02 New
    +4
    To put it mildly ... this center needs to be closed. am
    1. van50man
      van50man 14 December 2016 23: 02 New
      0
      ... it’s too late to close, BUT it’s worth trying to transfer (smoothly) the activity of this institution to a charity plane at the state level and open sources of financing - then (certainly not ideally) it will be easier to understand the meaning of this structure and its apologists who have sucked to budget and history.
    2. Comrade Kim
      Comrade Kim 14 December 2016 23: 31 New
      0
      And everything is in our hands.
      ROI (Russian public initiative). We go to the site, correctly formulate the initiative, publish. Our idea will pick up (to close the EBN center / bring Gorbach to trial for the collapse of the USSR) 100 votes. Half way extended. Next, the project falls into the Duma.
      PS A number of initiatives from the "bottom" has been successfully embodied in the laws of the Russian Federation.
  27. CYBERNINJA
    CYBERNINJA 14 December 2016 11: 51 New
    0
    Naina with her hangers-not right, Mikhalkov-right ...
  28. EGR
    EGR 14 December 2016 11: 56 New
    0
    My opinion completely coincides with the opinion of Mikhalkov.
  29. vladimirw
    vladimirw 14 December 2016 12: 29 New
    +4
    Yeltsin, I hope they won’t be arrested right away, did everything possible to make Russia become a semi-colony of pin ... under his "sensitive" but drunken leadership. The consequences we rake so far
  30. Volodin Dmitry
    Volodin Dmitry 14 December 2016 15: 43 New
    0
    I like Sverdlovchani
  31. bsk_una
    bsk_una 14 December 2016 16: 28 New
    +1
    They correctly demand that the Yeltsin Center and all Yeltsinists be cleaned from Russia, so that the spirit doesn’t
  32. asher
    asher 14 December 2016 16: 51 New
    +1
    Mikhalkov, like many commentators on this thread (along with the writer Yeltsyna), are wrong in the most important thing: You can’t play with cheaters! It is useless to prove something to Yeltsyna, liberals, pro-Americans, Ukrainians and the like. They live in a parallel world, some kind of looking glass. Where lies are holy truth, heroes are vile bloodsuckers, feat and selflessness are the greatest stupidity, and the measure of significance and talent is determined solely by the thickness of the wallet. These are zombies that infect unspoiled people, and you need to treat them like a zombie — either shoot or isolate. It is possible, but very dangerous, to become partners, opponents, listeners and consumers for them.
  33. Retvizan 8
    Retvizan 8 14 December 2016 19: 01 New
    +1
    My subjective opinion as a citizen of the country. Yeltsin, his close associates (though for the sake of justice, one must not forget about the role of everyone hated Gorbachev) is the shame and grief of the Russian people.
    By their activity, they caused damage to the state, which could not be inflicted on us by more than one of the most fierce enemies that have ever existed in this world!
    The country has lost a huge number of territories, all industry has been destroyed without exception, the damage in human resources amounts to millions!
    Yeltsin Center must be renamed. A monument to demolish. It’s just blasphemous to tell people about what benefits this mud ak brought us!
  34. Rastas
    Rastas 14 December 2016 19: 29 New
    +1
    Mikhalkov is a simple opportunist and that’s it. And I personally understand the perplexity of the neoliberals, because in the 90s Mikhalkov never opposed Yeltsin, did not refuse awards. Even more. I don’t remember exactly whether he called for voting for Yeltsin, but I remember for sure that in the 95th in the parliamentary elections he campaigned for the pro-Yeltsin’s “Our Home is Russia”.
  35. Sergey TT
    Sergey TT 14 December 2016 22: 53 New
    0
    Quote: Finches
    ... There is a deliberate insult to the people and the substitution of concepts with a liberal stratum in power, entrenched since the beginning of the 90s! And these are not public people - these are the shadow players who destroyed the USSR and continue to destroy Russia! All who are in sight are pawns, like failed spies, including the President ... This is a supranational system of world evil! ... laughing



    "Something similar occurred to John Coleman in his Committee300 earlier.
  36. van50man
    van50man 14 December 2016 22: 53 New
    +1
    In view of all the foregoing ... it may be worth considering the option ,, Mikhalkov Center ,,?! Well, someone and the “family” (in the normal sense) have something to share with the layman, secret and promising ... The alternative is long overdue! Yes, and, to the people, it will be amusing, as Nikita Sergeyevich sees the world order, and with him ... it has matured, acquired urgency and a real need! With uv. Vania .
  37. VDV1985
    VDV1985 15 December 2016 00: 09 New
    0
    Mikhalkov said very softly. But in fact, this center must be razed to the ground - along with the lies that pour there on people ... I was there and I know what I’m talking about: only for the cartoon with which the center meets guests it needs to be closed and "closed" those who shot it - for the destruction and humiliation of the history of the Russian people.
    PS I do not agree with the opinion that there is no "patronage from you know who you are." It was Medvedev, as president, who took the most active action in creating this center. And he signed a decree on the creation of such centers for all presidents - he decided to perpetuate himself, so to speak.